Can The Wonder Cloth Replace Makeup Remover?

| July 24, 2013 | 10 Comments

Imagine a world without makeup remover. In this world, you wouldn’t have to deal with buying and re-buying your makeup remover. You wouldn’t have to worry about it accidentally spilling in your luggage during trips. You wouldn’t have to spend countless dollars on cotton swabs, balls and rounds. In this world, a simple piece of cloth would remove every ounce of your makeup saving you time and money. I was graciously sent a sample of this  cloth to test drive.

Say hello to The Wonder Cloth, y’all.

The Wonder Cloth

Probably designed by a makeup junkie like me, The Wonder Cloth claims to be an all natural makeup remover. Not only does it promise to thoroughly remove makeup with water alone, it says it also cleanses and exfoliates the skin. Um, yeah. Okay. Just call me Skeptical Sally.

TWC

Wonder Cloth

The cloth contains 60% Rayon and 40% Cotton and it’s a pretty decent size…

The Wonder Cloth Clumps of Mascara

Clean The Wonder Cloth

It feels incredibly soft too.

I would gladly trade my lint-y pals for this baby here. I figured the best way to test this was to put on a full face of makeup and see if The Wonder Cloth could remove everything. I used the most pigmented lippy that I could find. That’s OCC’s Pretty Boy

The Wonder Cloth before

The Wonder Cloth after removing makeup.

Dirty Wonder Cloth

My findings:
-While it feels soft on the face, I couldn’t use this for exfoliation. It isn’t tough enough.
-It removed foundation and blush easily. But then against, do would a regular washcloth.
-Mascara was tough to remove as was eyeliner. I got a good chunk of it of but still needed to follow up with my regular makeup remover.
-The OCC Lip Tar stained the cloth. Womp.
-This is a one time use product. I would only feel comfortable using this once before tossing it in the washer.

Does it work? I guess. But I found it to be most comparable to an average wash cloth – just a lot smoother. It definitely feels great on the face and it removed some traces of makeup but I wouldn’t trade it for my makeup remover.

Ah well. You can grab this baby at Amazon and even Bed, Bath & Beyond. Mama Clumps said she’s seen it at her local Walgreens as well.

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  1. Iris says:

    I like how it’s reusable but think it’d look bad quickly with the amount of makeup I used. I imagine my bright eyeshadow and lipstick would permanently stain it.

  2. medryl says:

    I ADORE THIS THING! I JUST WET IT WITH VERY HOT WATER AND IT REMOVES ALL MY MAKEUP AND GIVES ME A QUICK STEAMING FACIAL IN 2 MINUTES! COMES OUT THE WASHER SQUEAKY CLEAN TOO


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  7. Cathi Graham says:

    I appreciate the honest review of this product. I don’t think I would want to use rayon on my face, even though it is soft, it is still considered a synthetic fiber manufactured with a lot of chemicals. Although it sounds soft, I would prefer an all cotton cloth.


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  9. Anita says:

    lol, it looks kinda like a swiffer duster.

  10. kat says:

    Love the Wonder Cloth…..fresh face and rinses out well. Invigorating….highly recommend. Worth the $14. compared to buying disposable makeup remover pads/cloth.

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